The family domain was created in 1808, around the magnificently preserved testimony to medieval times, where the exceptional cuvees slumber. An area in which Pinot Noir thrives, a grape variety which runs through its veins, the vines of Urville, originally planted by the romans 2000 years ago, is now cultivated according to organic and natural principles. Just like the “archives” plotting the long history of the house, it also continues to cultivate unforgettable grape varieties: Arbane, Petit Meslier and Blanc Vrai. Preferring authenticity and a natural approach to sophisticated and sometimes overdone excellence. Thanks mainly to very low quantities of dosage and extremely limited use of sulphites, of which the Brut Nature Without Sulfur cuvee is the culmination, it is able to highlight the multifaceted aspects of its terroirs and its wine-making.